How to Be Strong in the Lord and His Might

Are you strong in the Lord during the battles of life?

Have you been in such a tight situation and you figured that there was no way to get out of it?

In those times, I’ve heard, “Buck it up, sister!” I told myself this many times when I started to have a pity party.

OK. I’m a pity party hostess. How about you?

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Together, Christians Grow in Christ

A few months after we married, Keith saw a product on television that was supposed to prevent fog on the mirror. I didn’t believe that it would work and told him so, but he ordered it anyway. I probably made fun of him when he insisted that it was going to work.

He was so excited when it arrived. The next morning, he sprayed the stuff on the mirror and took a shower. The shower was maybe three steps away from the mirror above the sink. He was so disappointed that morning. The fog-buster didn’t work!

I made it worse when I laughed.

Fooled! He can laugh about it today.

Christians can be fooled, especially in this feel-good, selfie world we live in today.

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An Empty Tomb … Living Hope!

“Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! According to his great mercy, he has caused us to be born again to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead,” 1 Peter 1:3.

Living Hope!

 Wishing you a joy-filled Resurrection Day as you remember God’s great mercy and grace. May you pause to ponder the cost of our living hope, God’s gift to the world, Jesus. 

How great is His love for you!

 Happy Resurrection Day!

Jesus Painted His Blood on the Doorposts of Our Lives

Freedom from tyranny. Freedom from slavery – slavery to others and slavery to sin. Freedom from the evil of idolatry. Freedom to worship God. Freedom to be called God’s chosen people.

Freedom bought with blood. Passover.

A picture of Jesus.

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